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The Cotton Mill - Inside the Beltline

North Carolina has a fading past in tobacco, cotton, and other textiles. While the state has made its niche in other industries, the buildings from its economic past remain. Some still stand as shells across the landscape, but many more have been renovated and turned into phenomenal real estate opportunities. The Cotton Mill is one such building. Formerly an actual, working cotton mill, the building was turned into luxury condominiums that are among the most sought after in the city.

The Cotton Mill was originally built in the 1880s. Though it has been updated with modern features like large open windows, hardwood floors, and stainless steel appliances, it still features vintage elements that make it unique and charming. Inside, you'll find exposed brick walls, vaulted ceilings (14- to 17-feet high), and exposed timber beams that are original to the building.

The spacious condos are available as either lofts or flats, and they feature unique floor plans. There are only 50 units in The Cotton Mill, lending the community an aura of exclusivity and ensuring that neighbors have the opportunity to really get to know one another.

The Cotton Mill is centrally located across from the Seaboard Station and Peace College on Capital Boulevard near downtown. Residents can bike to downtown, where they enjoy delicious dining and exciting night life. They also have easy access to points throughout Raleigh thanks to its proximity to major highways. Residents enjoy a fast commute to Cary, Research Triangle Park, Durham, and more.

Don't settle for an ordinary apartment. Enjoy luxury living at a hip and stylish condominium community. You'll feel like you're living in a Tribeca loft or a trendy Brooklyn walkup when you live at The Cotton Mill, yet you won't be sacrificing the Southern charm for which North Carolina is known.



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